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Article: STARTUPS FUNDED BY SHARK TANK SHARK DEEPINDER GOYAL

STARTUPS FUNDED BY SHARK TANK SHARK DEEPINDER GOYAL
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STARTUPS FUNDED BY SHARK TANK SHARK DEEPINDER GOYAL

In the constantly shifting business landscape, a handful of figures stand out as much as Deepinder Goyal, the brilliant mind behind Zomato. Goyal's experience as an entrepreneur and investor has been nothing short of inspirational. After successfully navigating the obstacles of creating and developing Zomato, he has smoothly shifted into a role beyond his own companies. His passion for encouraging innovation and helping emerging entrepreneurs has shown itself through an excellent portfolio of startup investments, much like the innovative ideas seen on Shark Tank India.

1.Airblack

 

Airblack is India's largest outcome-driven skill development brand, established in 2019 by Pulkit Pujara and Jaiswal. Airblack aims to assist micro-entrepreneurs and creators by providing access to courses from verified beauty and culinary arts specialists. The company has over 25,000 students from over 500 cities enrolled in these courses. Most of them are women who have gone on to work as independent contractors, web content writers, or owners of home salons, showcasing the entrepreneurial spirit similar to Shark Tank India fashion startups.

Investment Details

  • Deepinder Goyal's Role: Largest investor
  • Investment Raised: $6.7 million

2. Allo Health

 

Allo Health is India's first clinic exclusively devoted to sexual health. It is a digital health clinic that aims to normalize sexual wellness by providing personalized, judgment-free, and private healthcare. Prioritizing the patient's needs is their primary objective. Allo Health's experts guide you through each stage of the process, which has been developed with science-based solutions in mind.

Investment Details

  • Investment Raised: $4.4 million in seed funding
  • Top Angel Investor: Deepinder Goyal

3. Animall

Animall, a livestock trading company started by Kirti Jangra, Anurag Bisoi, Neetu Yadav, and Libin V Babu, was first created in June 2019 as part of an internal hackathon at Pratilipi (a storytelling platform). It is a top-tier venture capital-backed firm developing an internet platform to benefit millions of dairy producers. Animall has made it easier for dairy farmers to begin their farms by providing quick and simple access to high-quality cattle through an easy-to-use mobile application.

Investment Details

  • Total Valuation: $24.7 million
  • Notable Investors: WEH Ventures, Omnivore, Beenext, Rocketship, Deepinder Goyal, Sahil Barua, Vidit Attrey, Sanjeev Kumar, and Mohit Kumar

4. Bira91

 

Founded by Ankur Jain in 2015, Bira91 paved the way for the emergence of craft beer into the Indian beverage scene. Supported by Sequoia Capital India, Bira91 is run by a vibrant staff of over 600 enthusiastic beer connoisseurs. With five breweries dotted across India, it has produced an extensive selection of multiple-award-winning beers. CLICK HERE FOR INDIAN ANIME MERCH!

Investment Details

  • Total Investment Raised: $340 million over 18 rounds
  • Notable Investors: Sofina, Kalyan Krishnamurthy, Rohit Bansal, Deepinder Goyal, and Anicut Capital

5. Bluestone

Founded in 2011 by Gaurav Kushwaha, Sudeep Nagar, and Vidya Nataraj, Bluestone is India's largest destination for high-quality fine jewelry, offering over 800 breathtakingly stunning styles. Bluestone guarantees complete transparency for all their products and has earned a trustworthy certification. This kind of innovative approach resonates well with the type of ventures seen in Shark Tank India, particularly those related to fashion and jewelry.

Investment Details

  • Total Investment Raised: $100.1 million
  • Notable Investors: Nikhil Kamath, Sunil Kant Munjal, Amit Jain, Deepinder Goyal, and others

6. ChefKart

ChefKart is a platform that allows users to hire verified and trained chefs for their everyday requirements. With a ChefKart subscription, you can access skilled and verified home chefs in your area, hire and replace house chefs easily, and enjoy hygienic, delicious, and healthy meals prepared in your kitchen. Their objective is to ensure every home in the country has access to high-quality food. With more than 4,500 skilled chefs, they have catered to over 10,000 homes. This initiative is similar to the innovative food solutions often seen in Shark Tank India.

Investment Details

  • Total Investment Raised: $2 million
  • Notable Investors: Pravega Ventures, Blume Ventures, Deepinder Goyal, Titan Capital, Kunal Shah, and others

7. Gabit

 

Gabit is a healthcare firm launched by Gaurav Gupta, a former executive and co-founder of Zomato, that provides solutions for all health and wellbeing needs. It offers clear but comprehensive, goal-oriented answers to important health-related issues like acne, healthy aging, weight control, etc.

Investment Details

  • Total Investment Raised: $9.5 million in seed funding
  • Notable Investors: Kunal Shah, Amit Agarwal, and Deepinder Goyal

Conclusion

Deepinder Goyal's contribution to the startup ecosystem is undeniable. His strategic investments have fostered innovation and growth in various types of businesses across India, much like the ventures featured in Shark Tank India. His approach to backing businesses extends beyond financial support, as Goyal actively mentors and guides the founders, bringing unique insights and expertise to the table. Moreover, his investment portfolio displays an in-depth understanding of emerging trends and a willingness to take risks on breakthrough concepts. Deepinder Goyal's impact will undoubtedly have a long-lasting effect on the startup landscape as these companies grow and revolutionize their respective industries.

 

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| SHARK TANK INDIA | SHARK TANK SHARK | DEEPINDER GOYAL | BLUESTONE | ANIMALL | BIRA91 | GABIT | AIRBLACK | ALLO HEALTH | CHEFKART | 

~Mimansa Sharma

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